Implementations of systems and methods of multiplexed OCT systems are disclosed herein. The field of view (FOV) and/or the wavelength of multiple OCT systems may be multiplexed. In contexts where the human eye will be imaged, power safety limits constrain the signal-to-noise (SNR) and/or speed of the OCT imaging. For retinal imaging, near-infrared wavelengths of 800 nm - 1100 nm may be used. For non-retinal imaging, 1200 nm – 1800 nm may be more typical. In implementations of the disclosure, a wavelength and FOV multiplexed OCT system generates whole eye biometry. The whole eye biometry may be at a first wavelength (e.g. approximately 1060 nm) and a face-biometry may be at a second wavelength (e.g. approximately 1300 nm). The eye biometry systems may include eye or pupil tracking sub-systems and pupil steering elements. One or both eye biometry systems may be moveable to allow for different inter-pupillary distances.

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